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SA.:CEvl, OR., SATURDAY, MARCH lO, 1888.
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E0. V. BELT, ATTORNEY AT LAW
( t aiid District Attorney. Ofllce at court
RAMSEY & IHNUliAJU, Aiiumiiiio
onrt rvitinsr.lnra at Law. .Business In
the Supreme Court a specialty. Salem, Or.
mlLMON FORD, ATTOHNJSX assu
1 Counselor at Law, Salem, Oregon.
Ofllce, up stairs In ratton's block.
GEO. H. BURN KIT, A-i-Ayivnia '"
Law, Salem, Oregon. Office over
La4d & Bush's bank.
1HAW & GREGG, ATTORNEYS AT
S Law, Salem, Oregon. Office In Ifrtton's
Took, up stairs over Belt's drug store.
t T. RICHARDSON, ATTORNEY AT
. Law. Office over Capitol National
ink, 219 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
JW. SPB1GH8, AimuB "i t"y,'
T" . .minMnV Am T.AW.
DIOCK. riugai uus'" " ""
I both life and Are Insurance.
rM. KAISER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
' HniSm.Oreeon. Office with Tllmon
Ford, in l'atton-s building. Will pmctlco
In all me roura ui iicb"u. "v r.Xi
made. Land offlco business a specialty.
PH. D'AnCY, ATTORNEY AND COUN
. sclor at Law, Salem, Oregon. Having
un abstractor the records of Marlon coun
ty. Including a lot and block index! of Sa
lem, he has special facilities for examining
titles to real estate.
H. DIAMOND, Proprietor.
Conv St., bet. Ferry and State.
SHAVING, UAlll uuaxj
Shampooing neatty done.
iTrVIN(3. HAIR CUTTIHU AJSU
LADD 4 BUSH,
B AN KKRS I
Salem, - Oregon.
rnRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Jl business in all Its branches.
300, Commercial St., Salem.
CHOICE STEAKS & OTHER .MEATS
constantly on hand, and deUvered.to
any part of the city flt lowestf living! nUcs.
Please give us .your patronage. J
CITY MEAT MARKET
D, C. Howard, Proprietor.
STATE STREET, - SALEM, OREGON.
S-A1I klndS'Of fresh and cured meats
always on hand. 'Full weight and a square
deal all around.
The SALEM MARKET
98 COURT STREET.
Oonstanuy-oa hand the best quality of
And ail kinds of
jfa-The CLEANEST kept market In tho
city. Call and seo for yourself.
McCROW & WILLABD.
. : UU
49-Go to J, OTOooald's shop'on High st
between Court and State, Salem, and eel
one of J. M. Coulter's 'patent improved
Lightest Ladder made In Oregon.
Kelly's Old Stand ! !
HAVING PURCHASED TIE BLACK
smith shop knows, as. JeUya Old
Htand, I will hereafter be prepared to do all
to the best style known to the trade at
xhort notice. The best of workm m.
ployed, and all work guaranteed to glvift
Horseshoeing a Specialty!
J. j. jarnjgan,
Kelly's Old Stand, Salem, Or.
H. W. COX,
Ha constantly on hand a well seleeted
Bcericke & Schreck's
NKATLY PRINTKn OUIDB TO li&
HAD UIVJN AI'PLre&IBQH. v
The B. & S. JPBEPATlfiS
Are the rurert
Ptt.ftH ! w. cox
Woven Wire Bed !
ON THlS COAST!
Is Manufactured by
GEO. m; baekbb,
133 FJftb Street, Portland, Or.
For sale by
A. T. YEATON,
i ' ' g g
Fine Millinery Goods!
At his Millinery Establishment, 274 Com
mercial Street, Salem.
STOVES AND TINWARE I
Hoofing andpoutiofa Specialty. A-
-At!tho old stand
M. M. MEAD,
Filing Saws a Specialty.
Shopon'the alloy, opposite junto's LIv
erylBtable, Salem, Or.
vakmi mm i
JUST RECEIVED, A NEW STOCK
OF NEW STYLES IN ' , '
a fuio. Sjrocit or
Fancy Goods, Moldings, ""
Brackets, PictureJFrrnesy .
Artists' Materials, Etc.,
ALWAYS ON JJAMD.
W. M. SARGEANT,
207 Commercial Street, Salem, Or.
JFARRA'S CLOCK, STATE STREET,
9l iriimHnTor CtakeUTalwayfrori hand, M '-
J, J. JENNINGS, D. OS.
reetk xtrMted Wlltont fala by a Sew Fronts
rnEETH FILLED WITH THE LATEST
jiliort notice, and
i unprovea niungs.
Plates mado oti
at reasonable terms.
Gold flllinmi n. nnotnlw
fT9 A ntA nil .ra.I. Ih, i.n I...4.1 1tu Ji
Offioe in aireyman'a Block qver JH M Rosen-berg&co-sf
' i . si
J h ' l I i-4
ESTABLtSHED IN 1879.
PACIFIC mm, YINEGAR
Fruit Preserving Co.
j ' n '
SALEM, - - OREGON.
rMV .Mil' IWinf Jo v Annlo a ml. !.,
1 wuvi UVIIJ, VUlIUUVUllMlllJUjV UUU JUUIj
uiuier, owia sua waBiisguu viuer, tiaer
I Svmn fa AlrnKA Aln( i!iin.nnl Winn 'nt n
Sapenor Qualify, Tomato Catsup, Pfain and
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
& Sw Oldw, leave ordww ut ftio-
'uwes, rop a lWal, or see driver of
tflrm of .
All ordws promptly
MISS JULIA L. CHAMBERLftf,
Voice Culture, Piano & Harmony
Music Parlers: 3,c?rT.rrc,al
-Bank Block, I
SALEM, .... OREGON.
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTHORITY.
OF ' '
SALEM, - - - OREGON.
Capital Paid up, - - - $75,000
Surplus, ------ 9,500
R. 8. WALLACE, - - President.
, - Tr, - Vice-President.
J II ALBERT,. .T - - Cashier.
W. T. Gray,
J. M. Martin,
W. W. Martin,
H, 8. Wallace,
J. H. Xlb6r,
T. McF. Pntton.
To farmers onAwheat and other market
able prodnco, consigned or in store.
trttUer itt mlvute Kl'itniirlertoi'
Slate and County Warrants Bought at Par.
a uummr.nt.mL rnrr.it
D(scountcd at reasonable rates. Drafts
drawn direct on New York, Chicago; Ban
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, Berlin,
liUJIfJ JVUIlg uuu wuicuiui.
fhe Port Drug Co.)
100 'StatfJffeet, Salem, Oregon.
uiiisitj.WA. ' M
CMAK& PATENT MEDICINES
Physicians Prescriptions and liainiiy
Recipes a Specialty.
AGKNOY KOtt THE CELEBRATED
JK-OLL IIAVANA FILLER
Reel Letter 5c Cjgar.
4aThf best five wnt trnr In tli mnr.
H. W. COX .
100 Htate Street, Hal em.
.. Tin afld ..Copper, Waited
130, bute Strtet,
SALEM, - -; OREGON
L J-Agent for the Boynton'g furnace,
topcclaltylmado of rooang'anajSpouti
. &o, JWJ.tfommerclul Htreet,
HALEM, - - OREGON.
Pldiliiiiij m ufiTsLi FiHiVfr
Tinware -and Artistic Metal Work
ttbfMMMi in wis.
i. S - H
Dying Takes the
of the Dead.
11ALD KNOHBER ILL IIANG.
The Chief or the Bald Knobberg Found
Guilty of Murder end Sentenced
to Stretch Hemp.
SftniNaFiELD, Oino, March 10.
Bil( Walker, chief of the Bald
Knobbers who have so long terror
ized'Tany county, was found guilty
of murder In the first degree last
nlglit and sentenced to be hung.
' Shooting Scrape.
SAn Diego, Cal., Mar. 10. J. E.
Alexander shot and killed Louis
Craven yesterday Alexander is
the superintendent of San Queutln
Colonization and DovelbpmCnt
company, a branch of the Inter
national Company. Craven was
employed to expert and straighten
out the books of the concern. To
gether with other creditors, he has
beenynablc to get any pay for his
work,so he withheld some books and
papers, refusing to give them up
until'. ho was paid Yesterday he
prebonted his claim to Alexander
and offered to give up the papers
and books if he was paid. Words
ensued between them and resulted
in Craven being shot.
The United States has a AVnr-slilp, by
:MfnU,nsnOracious: ?. -s- -.
Tanqiers, March 10. The
United States war ship, Enterprise,
mounting six guns, has arrived here.
The captafn demands immediate
release of Moore, who is under
American protection, and who is
imprisoned tit Rabote. He also de
mands satisfaction from the Moorish
government for the man's illegal
The New Emperor's Health.
San ItH3to, Mar. 10. Emperor
Frederick the Third passed a good
night He rose early and all pre
parations having been completed he
took u special train for Berlin, ac
companied by Empress Victoria.
Every precaution has been taken to
i,inire his majesty against a relapse.
the physicians who have been in
attendance upon him at the Villa
Seivo, are on the train with him.
Oakland, Cal., Mar. 10. A tub
of nltro-glycerine exploded at the
powder works at Pinole about 11
o'clock to-day, killing a man named
S. N. Hart and a Chinaman. Tho
Chinese quarters' were demolished,
but the. workB are not seriously
Conflicting Tfatvit Aboutthe Conflict.
Paris, Mar. ,10. Information
received from Amiens, Franco says
that the fight between Sullivan
and Mitchell has begun, bnt the
news is no confirmed.
The Dead FinperorEinbalmeil.
Berlin, Mar. 10. The body
Emperor William has been embalm
ed and now lies in state in the ihall
of the palace. His features are pla
cid, showing no sign ofjthe pnln hq
The Salllvan-Mltvhell 1'lwl.-.
Pabi'sj March 10. The Sullivun-Mitehell-iight
Is reported to hava
been declared a draw.
Cuyaho6aFalls, )., March 9.
Edward Underwood, son of Dr.
Underwood, of Akron, was found
dead in bed at Hudson College,
north of-bere. at noon to-dav. with
a rdvblVtfr' in his hand. He, was 1,
and went to school against bin will.
HANK LEARNED THE SLATE.
The Silvcrton Appeal has tho fol
lowing "hit" at the aspirants for lo
cal olllces. We hope that the sever
al dozen whose names do not appear
on the list will not feel slighted.
Hank went to town one day last
And staid till rather late,
Desiring dui6tly to seek
A knowledge of the' "slate"
That probably was cocked aud prim
ed To run this coming June
By noble m6n, with cheek sublimo
In holding out a spoon.
He thought John Wright would
know the truth,
But John Was mighty mum;
He tackled Crawford, foolish youth,
And he was awful glum,
He sauntered slowly up to Court,
And bantered Mlnto there;
Too busy John was to report,
But Edward spoko lilm fair.
Then Mem and Mack and Glesy too
Ho saw them one and all,
But each of these seemed very, blue
Their knowledge being email.
He left tho Court House all alone
A sad crest fallen man
His mind made up to wander home
And plan another plan.
While on his way down into town
Ike Manning hove in view,
And said "I hope to capture soon
A legislative pew."
Some two hours after in the shado
He heard two worthies who essayed
To glvo the "slate" a breeze.
Boss Murphy said to N. B. Knight
"TUe mayor i must uo ;
For that will set mo up aright
To catch the State House flea.
I know that Crawford wants to go
And Ed Hirsch too, I'm told-,
While Andy Gilbert as we know
Desires within the fold."
Then Knight, in accents sweet and
Said "Mayor you shall bo ;
That Frenchman Ebe, like to a child
Is handled well by me.
Areyou aware that Rocky P."'
And Gov'nor Moody too
With Ed. to make tho Holy Threo
Have scats up there In view?"
Then J. J. said "why yes, that song
will smg tnreo votes lor soi."
"Perhaps" said Knight, and sighing
Declared "it just beats all,
Tho Colonel then suggested Wright
As more than keen to go
To join the senatorial fight
And sllded up to Joe.
Thetwoagreed. "ForCounty Clerk
We'll take that little Mack,
We'll give JoePurdomMlnto's work
And send young Glesy back
To Dutch town. Then his placo
With Litchfield or with Jim
McCorinlek; then lllgdon give the
To please the Prohl whim."
"But then," said Knight,
shall we do?
"There's Savage wants to go,
Bill Armstrong, late grand juror,
And Geer will want a.show."
The Boss laughed low with ghoulish
And said "I fear not them
For on the twenty-fourth you'll see
Those chaps we'll quick condemn."
Warren Cranston has, hopes you see,
And Warren we'll not confuse,
While Hall, with his Meh'ama plea
vo just as well may use,
Dav. Pendleton is all O. K.
For mo just all the time,
While Gcrvais and my men, Pou
Jade, And Mitchell aie in line."
'Twos done. Hank learned the
And vowed ho there and then
That, like a farmer, he would bleak
These'schemes ol mice or men.
You've no Idea how mad howast
To think the "Boss" and Knight
Could run this Country's politics!
Hank said: "I'm on the fight!"
Hull Matter Doittroyeil.
San Francisco, March 0. Post
master Pearson has been officially
notified that as a result of tho colli
sion on tho Union Pacific Railway
at Colton, Nebraska, the entire
mall that was dispatched from San
Francisco to New York on the :21st
of February was dostroyud, no por
tion of It being saved. Many lotters
to banks and bankers, mailed on
that day and containing remittances
In checks, drafts and coupons, have
been reported as missing.
Uulidine Lot Far halel I
Willis & Chamberlln havo . fuw.
desirablo building lota in llast
Salem for sale on reasonable terms.
Partjes desiring eligible building
sltoe would do well toexamfnetbt m,
as only a few buqu lota are to be lutti
In the city llmlU. Also, '25 lotq in
North Salem at special bargains.
from all Paris of
Ten of the
l'cvltth in the-
Mitciieli, Dak., March 9. A
flro occurred in the Methodist Uni
versity early this morning from tho
spontaneous combustion of rags in
the art room. Tbere were forty In
mates In tho building, including the
faculty, students and servants. All
but ten of these escaped. Four
young men jumped from a second
story window. Four others and a
professor jumped from third story,
and auother professor descended
from tho roof by a clothes line.
The following is a list of the vic
tims: Horton Pllcher, internal in
juries, died in two hours; Hattie
Taylor, an elocution teacher, spine
Injured; Miss Babcock, Internal In
juries; Miss Strong, back bruised;
Prof. Duncan, lacerated bands and
face; Prof. It. H. Taylor, skull frac
tured, ami broken aud Internal in
juries, will die; Will Smith, leg
broken and Internally injured; H.
Parker, broken ankle; A. Jones,
spine injured, also hurt Internally.
W. Stlllwell had his foot and hands
burned In saving a young lady.
The building was completely de
stroyed. The loss is $50,000. Tho
university will be rebuilt.
Tho Spokatio Fustolllco Troulilu.
Spokane Falls, March 9. Post
al Inspector Mason came here from
Portland several days since and
wired tho Department the serious
ness of the situation, and waited
until this morning for a reply, le
ceivlng none ho returned home.
The business accumulating in the
oflico from a lack of help, tho eld:
force have resolved not to work un
til they get their back pay and somo
assurances for future payments.
Postmaster Peel can do nothing, as
his private means are exhausted.
To complicate tho situation the
following dispatch cent to tho Postmaster-General
Svolank Falls, W. T., March 8,
1888. Hon. Don M. Dickenson,
C. : Unless the $85, rout of tho Post
office for the month of February, Is
paid, at once I shall commence pro
ceedings of ejectment. The rent for
thosubsequent months will bo $12
Owner of tho building.
Mr. Hall has been offered by sev
eral more than that for the building,
and is bound by no lease.
Spt-eckelK Exulting the Sugar Market.
San Francisco, March 0. A
local paper says: Within twenty
four hours Claus Spreckels. will havo
the new company which is to refine
sugar in the east completely organiz
ed and ready to begin tho erection of
tho works. Tho local sugar market
is excited and tho two refining com
panies are getting their knives ready
to cut rates. Reductions are ex
pected this evening and to-morrow
and each company Is looking after
Its jobbers with more watchfulness
Another Ituhelllou Threatened,
Chicago, March 0. A Winnipeg
special says: Not deterred by the
disasters which overtook Kiel's
northwest rebellion In 1885, tho
half-breeds are again agitating a
similar movement to redress their
grievances, which aro said to bo
Several big meetings havo been
held recently, at which letters havo
iKKin read (from tho old rebel,
Gabriel Duinont, advising anothor
rising. The Liberal Government
will probably give some aid to tho
Hiifl'urlng half-breeds, although their
movement Is not much feared.
The Cuugi-eNiiloiiul Inquiry.
Washington, March 0. For
over one hour to-day the house com
mittee discussed tho resolution look
ing to u congressional Inquiry Into
the strike on tho Burlington road,
but the point of action was not
reached and the matter went over
until next week.